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theartsdesk Radio Show 10

theartsdesk Radio Show 10

Latest radio show featuring the hottest new global sounds

Bixiga 70: deliciously groovy big band music from Sao PauloNicole Heiniger

Listen to the latest edition of Peter Culshaw’s peripatetic round-up of some recent hot global music releases, including some re-releases of old classics and yet-to-be unleashed tracks including a fair chunk from South America. For your listening pleasure, there are some delicious Afro-Colombian grooves, psychedelic cumbia, new Peruvian sounds and up-and-coming Brazilian artists plus the odd side trip with some Arabic Rock, Welsh-Indian fusion and South Asian violin virtuosity.. 

 

Listen to the show here

 

Tracklisting:

Temple Of Light “The Rose and the Fire are One”

Amara Touré  “Cuando Llegare”

Blick Bassy  “Wap Do Wap”

Toto La Momposina  “Adios Fulana”

Bixiga 70  “Ventania”

Ive Seixas  “Cervejas Popular”

Novalima  “Bete Kele”

Luziluzia  “Summertime”

AfroSound  “Maria Isabel”

Eardrum  “Magic Train”

Amara  Touré   “N’Niyo”

Russo Passapusso “Matuto”  (Dutty Artz Mix)

Criolo  “Cartao de Visita”

Quantic Presents The Western Transient   “Nordeste”

Titi Robin and Mehdi Nassouli  “Diplomé”

Hindi Zahra  “To the Forces”

Joi   “Amar Kahani”

West India Company  “My Shooting Star”

Asha Bhosle  “Dum Mare Dum”

Ghazalaw  “Apni Ruswaayee”    

Jyotsna Srikanth  “Ecstasy”

Ann and Elizabeth   “Troubles”

L’Hijaz Car   “1973: Mulatu and the Duke”

Arabic Rock Orchestra  “Mijwiz”

Gaveola  “Carina  Intuciao”

 

 

 

 

 

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